True M7 – Impulse Pack

True M7 – Impulse Pack

Overview

Like true stereo hardware, true stereo IRs  process both the Left & Right channels independently for a more accurate & detailed emulation.

  • Goal = Capture True Stereo IR programs from the “legend in its own time” Bricasti Design M7 Stereo Reverb Processor.
  • 228  impulse files capturing the Ambience, Chamber, Hall, Plate, Room, &  Space  Registers.
  • Independent IR’s from both the Left & Right inputs.  No post processing pseudo stereo expansion, phase shifting, or unwrap has been used to give the illusion of a stereo image.
  • I/O = AES Digital @ 24bit 96k
    IR  Resolution = 24bit 96k

True Stereo compatible convolution reverb recommended.  (Check end of post for a manual routing alternative.) Recommended plug-in : liquidsonics Reverberate.

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Presets for liquidsonics Reverberate (make sure your running at least v1.101)-  Bricasti M7 True Stereo Reverberate Patches.zip

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Presets for Waves IR-1  Thanks to scanner –  Bricasti M7 (True Stereo) – Waves IR-1 – Presets.zip

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MP3 comparison Demos:

Space Hardware
Space IR’s
Plate Hardware
Plate IR’s
Ambience Hardware
Ambience IR’s
Chamber Hardware
Chamber IR’s
Hall Hardware
Hall IR’s

You can thank Casey for the effort to make this happen.

Visit Bricasti Design for more information about their products.

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For those without an all-in-one True Stereo compatible plug-in, you can manually route your channels via this method.

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32 Responses to True M7 – Impulse Pack

  • Many thanks for making these available.

  • Yes, thanks for all these samples!
    Getting even better, it seems!
    Some of my friends have noticed something different with my mixes since I started to use yours and some other conv. samples. Sure I use more reverb now, maybe that´s what they notice…

    Matti

  • THx!!!U R Great!!!!!!

  • how can i convert these to use in spacedesigner?

  • Best impulses I’ve come across IMHO! Please keep the ‘true stereo’ stuff coming, you guys rock

  • these IRs are 96k. Does that mean I can’t use them in a project @ 48k?

    can someone recommend a website to read about this?

    • Yes you can use them at other samplerates as well. Your convo reverb plugin will do the SRC for you automatically. You don’t have to think about it.

  • cool!

  • Hi,
    I’m a KONTAKT user and must to say, This is over the top IR sample library I ever had! Thank you, Thank U, Thank U4 for all this more possibilities about revebration.
    Best Regard,
    PC Sam

  • Hi,

    What do is amazing for all of us people that cannot own the real units. Thank you so much for this. Are any of the IR libraries in stereo apart from the Bricasti M7? If they are in mono,is there a disadvantage of using mono IRs when mixing?
    Thank very much for such amazing website. A donation will be made soon.

  • What is a mac equivalent of a multi-channel IR player?

  • spacedesigner is capable of it…i just dont know how to convert them for it 🙁

  • thanks alot for these. Ur work is flawless!

  • This is great. Is there a Nebula 3 version coming soon? I’d donate an a$$load of $$$ for that.

  • how can i convert them for space designer????????

  • Hello,
    Well Done!
    Any chance of doing these for Nebula? That would sound amazing! Any reverb you sanple for Nebula would most likely be top notch!

  • Hey,

    Brilliant work!! i’m just checking the samples out at the mo.
    All other IR sets work first time in Altiverb for me.
    But for some reason these come up in Altiverb with two samples for each patch
    M7,Bass XXL L and M7,Bass XXL R

    I presume they are the L and R of the same patch!!
    I’m sure i’m missing something silly!!

    How do i get these to work properly in Altiverb??

    Thanks

  • Yo,,

    I just saw the diagram above,,,, duh!!!!

  • Is it possible to set up the routing shown above in Nuendo w. Altiverb? Its straight forward enough to load 2 Altiverb instances on separate stereo sends for the left & right impulses, but I don’t see a way to route a stereo track to this that won’t be mono-ed and fed to both sides of the reverb.

    thanks

    r

  • There is a definite richness and beautiful “air” quality to these IR’s that I am really enjoying, but there are some who say that capturing HDIR’s is problematic and pose some technical challenges of which I am a little unclear of. I can only “hear” whether if I like them or not. Could you please help me understand why do some prefer to stay with SDIR’s? It would be really appreciated.

  • Thanks a lot for all the great stuff ! Donation will come next month for i’m broke now 😉

  • Hello, I would love to get your opinion on the music of a new producer – http://www.jaronsound.com. Let me know. Thanks.

  • Sir, you are doing a titanic and unavaluable work

    Thank you sooo muuuuch

  • Thanks a million for the excellent quality IRs you’ve given to us. I will be sending a small “thank you” on PayPal in the very near future.

  • What license do these samples have? Public domain? Creative Commons? Would be good to know.

    Yes they’re great and I love them. In this case using them with qTractor DAW.

  • hey i’d love to try these out on altiverb, but the site isn’t connecting when i click on download. is there an alternate download link that works? thanks, i love your other lexicon impulses and i bet these sound great too!

  • All the links are dead 🙁

  • Why do the waves presets only seem to load the left side of the impulse?

  • Brilliant, thank you so much – won’t forget you

  • Great sounds! The Waves IR-L presets are virtually useless though. Never has been a user friendly plug for mass loading IR’s…unfortunately these will all need to be loaded one by one. Use IR-1 FULL, the left and right IR .wav’s are each stereo. Anyway thanks for the great sounds Signal to Noize!

  • Just loaded the IRs and found out that one of my favorite presets Sunset Chamber was missing. Should it be like this or am I missing something?

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